Japanese Food Hitsumabushi is a tasty dish of chopped grilled eel on a bed of rice in a lacquerrware container called a Hitsu. You can enjoy this dish three ways. In addition to eating it just as it is, you can also mix green onion and Wasabi, or pour broth over the eel and rice and enjoy it as Chazuke. :)
Mangosteen – with the antioxidant power of blueberries, anti viral compounds of garlic, and anti inflammatory benefits of ginger or turmeric, mangosteen has been used in traditional medicine as a anti-microbial and anti-parasitic remedy for years.
butcher's breakfast, cock tavern london, 2010 by momofuku ando, via Flickr (The meal consists of a pint, eggs, black pudding, calf's liver and deviled kidneys. This doesn't look very attractive; it probably tastes better than it looks.)